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Every year, MCT clients, vendor partners, and staff look forward to the Exchange for it’s contemporary style that sets it apart from other secondary market conferences.

With it’s cutting-edge format, educational opportunities, and enjoyable networking venues, this year’s September 2017 Exchange was no exception.

Read more about #mctexchange - https://mct-trading.com/exchange-sept-17-recap/
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Throughout the history of the secondary mortgage market, the “To Be Announced” (TBA) mortgage-backed securities (MBS) forward contract has required relatively few data inputs for efficient market pricing.

However, this dynamic has changed...

https://mct-trading.com/trends-secondary-execution-big-data-big-execution-sme-article/
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“Investing is the intersection of economics and psychology.” - Seth Klarman
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Over the next six months, we are expecting to see a continued trend in the adoption of digital mortgage loan trading tools.

Learn from Phil Rasori and other key leaders in the #mortgage industry as they give perspective on how technology is changing the way we do business.

https://mct-trading.com/digital-loan-trading-future/
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“We initially developed BAM (bullk acquisition manager) to address the Nonpublic Personal Information (NPI) security risk associated with transmission of bulk bid tapes via email, but the efficiency gains and improved market color for both counterparties drove rapid adoption,” said Phil Rasori, COO of MCT and architect of BAM
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In this blog, we showcase MCT’s educational article from October 2016, Hedging Note Rates that Transcend Coupons.

Featured in Secondary Marketing Executive Magazine, it explains why many hedge models are missing the mark when assigning price sensitivity to the asset prices of certain note rates.
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